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TravelPod Member ReviewsNewa Guest House Kathmandu
I CANNOT POSSIBLY RECOMEND A GUESTHOUSE MORE... SO HELPFUL IN GETTIGN MY LOST LUGGAGE, AND CAME BACK ON A VERY COLD NIGHT TO FIND A HOT WATER BOTTLE IN MY BED... AHHH!
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... comforter or around fire and share stories. But once sun shines, you can go out for sun bath, eat oranges and peanuts. Oh.. and spiced up big grapefruit. That's how my day was. Later, went out for some document work. Nerves connecting brain cells started intertwining again. Do people understand a thing called a line, here? No line while driving, no line in the office! After certain limit, I raised my voice at people ...
... at once.
Found an 'iPhone' shop and got a 'new battery' for my iPhone 4 (2000 NR - about R200) which I haven't managed to get in South Africa. Im hoping it will extend my battery life from 20 minutes to something a little more substantial.
Lays Tomato chips and popcorn as we entered the Zoo. We saw Gardial ...
... Goddess. As the most important goddess in Nepal she is slightly odder than a toddler and can reign until her first period or has a large volume of blood loss at which time she reverts back to being a normal woman and the search for the new incarnation of the goddess begins. While in this role she will preside over a few ceremonies a year and then spends the rest of the time couped up in the temple. It is said to be unlucky to marry a former Devi Goddess but I ...
... so it wasn't the best - items not hot and not being replenished. I will give it a pass for today and make sure we are there at an earlier time tomorrow.
Today we explore Kathmandu Durbar Square. There are 3 Durbar Squares in the general Kathmandu area and they held the royal palaces. We went to the most popular one, which is a UNESCO world heritage site. We took a taxi there -- cabs are so cheap here, most rides are about $2.50 . There is an entry fee, which we ...
... After this we also bumped into Mattias on the street who changed hostels and was still on the mission to get his US Visa sorted.
Dirk, a German guy who also joined our group met up with his friend he met in Bolivia the last time and we all went of to... an Irish Pub.
The footy was on and the beer was cheap. But the evening really only finished after a long session on the top of good ole ...